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  • Actors: Linda Lovelace, Micky Dolenz, Val Bisoglio, Robert Symonds, Fuddly Bagley
  • Directors: Claudio Guzman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Dark Sky Films
  • DVD Release Date: August 26, 2008
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0017VG640
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,927 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Linda Lovelace for President" on IMDb

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With America in a united state of chaos as it approaches the 1976 presidential elections, a desperate electorate turns to its only hope for salvation, sanity and satisfaction in the White House... porn star Linda Lovelace!
As the chosen candidate of the newly christened Upright party, Linda sets off on a cross country trip to lay her campaign strategy, arouse the national spirit, get the pollsters behind her and go down in history as the First Woman to occupy the Oval Office.
Made after Linda Lovelace s retirement from adult films
Available for the first time on home video
New 16x9 anamorphic widescreen transfer from vault materials
Includes never-before-seen new interview with producer Arthur Marks, created exclusively for this release

About the Actor

Linda Lovelace, Fuddle Bagley, Val Bisoglio, Jack De Leon, Joey Forman, Mickey Dolenz, Danny Goldman, Garry Goodrow, Roberta Kent, Monte Landis, Joe E. Ross, and Scatman Crothers as Super Black

Customer Reviews

This movie is not quite hard core porn, most of the sex scenes are implied.
Dave D
The film opens with a caption that it is the intent of the producers to offend everyone.
Charles Ashbacher
I really would have made better use of my time and money random drunk bidding on ebay.
David Seng

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By anonymous on January 17, 2006
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I was really excited when I saw this was going to released on dvd. because the vhs was just a fuzzy version. but to my dismay all the dvd is the vhs fuzzy dupe on a disc. not a studio or professional job. was very disappointed. I have purchased unreleased dvds and expected that. but not when you pay $22 plus shipping for some fuzzy work.

with that said I wanted this movie becasue it is a funny satire 1970's style. full of familiar faces and boogey music. its like a old sit-com with nudity. and for that I am glad to own it. just wish when they announced the release they meant a new and clear copy. not just the same old thing on that vhs tape.
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Everyone knows that Linda Lovelace (born Linda Boreman) became famous for certain abilities in the groundbreaking film "Deep Throat" (she later became an anti-pornography activist and denounced her career in pornography saying she had been forced into it by an abusive husband.) Seeking to capitalize on that fame, the producers of "Linda Lovelace For President" hatched a plan to use that unexpected notoriety by putting her in a mainstream movie. As an aside, B-movie fans take note that one of the producers is none other than David Winters, who later made "Space Mutiny," a "Mystery Science Theater 3000" fan favorite.

The film is largely bawdy, and certainly features its share of cavorting and exposed skin. In 1975 it earned an "X" rating, though now I imagine it would be an easy "R." From a nudity and morals perspective it's several levels above today's trashy reality television. The film opens with Linda Lovelace striking a pose while text reveals that the film is designed to offend everyone. For 1975, I'm sure it succeeded, but one thing I liked about the film was its lack of Political Correctness: this movie could never be made today. It is offensive and occasionally sacrilegious, but it's an equal opportunity offender, and has everything from talking bears and monkeys, to a political faction demanding that parakeets be freed, to the worst Tarzan impression in history, and a resident extremist, Adolph Von Luftwaffer (Garry Goodrow,) who teaches the cast a new and interesting salute that you may have seen somewhere before. Like I said: offensive? Yes. PC? No.

The premise of this film struck me as strangely relevant to modern politics, perhaps even more so than when the film was made.
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My first viewing of this movie took place in a drive-in theater and I found it hilarious. The film opens with a caption that it is the intent of the producers to offend everyone. If they haven't it is certainly not for the lack of trying. There is a great deal of humor and since Linda Lovelace is the star some full nudity. However, this movie is primarily a political farce and given the political climate in the election of 2010 in the United States, more accurate than you would have thought when it was made.
The premise is that the U. S. electorate is factionalized and frustrated to a degree never before seen. A large number of small political parties gather in a Woodstock-like setting in an attempt to agree on a candidate that they all can support. After many trials, they finally agree to nominate Linda Lovelace as their candidate for president. Once she agrees, an entourage made up of many unusual characters that takes up two buses embarks on a trip around the country. Some of the members of her "staff" include an Asian man, a gay man, a strutting Nazi and a priest.
There are many types of humor used in the movie, the incredibly stupid, bumbling incompetents, manic chase scenes and the subtle and cerebral. Examples of the incredibly stupid include the "Suicide for Fun Club", the visit of the entourage to a hillbilly village and the Indian party. The bumbling incompetent role is filled by an assassin hired to kill Linda that is more a danger to himself and his immediate surroundings than anyone else. There is a manic chase scene when the busses leave the hillbilly village after a misunderstanding and the movement of the buses and the hillbillies chasing them reminded me of the absurd chase scenes that were a signature of the "Benny Hill Show.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Marty Michaels on December 20, 2005
Jef Films also sell this & their other boots on EBAY. 99 cents is too high a price to pay for this. A real studio should release this.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Maya Juliano on August 16, 2006
The quality is good. Not sure what the other user meant. Very funny movie, especially parts with Mickey Dolenz from the Monkees.
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By Ken H. on September 5, 2013
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Not the slightest bit erotic, this comedy is fun to watch for its surprising cameos and its mid'70s political incorrectness. Filmed in part on the University of Kansas campus. I know that because I was actually there and even appear in a crowd scene close-up.
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By Lee Barry on March 17, 2013
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I wanted to watch a fun and relaxing movie I t was not over done with sexual content and was a feel good movie
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